Bad weather has been the big winner so far in the SEC Baseball Tournament this week in Hoover, Alabama.
It forced the Florida baseball team (36-20, 15-15 SEC) to wait hours to play its opener on Tuesday, a 10-inning 2-1 walk-off win over South Carolina. And rain postponed the Gators’ second-round game on Wednesday.
The SEC delayed the UF-Texas A&M matchup, originally set for 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, until 10:30 a.m. Thursday (SEC Network). While four games were supposed to be played on Wednesday, only two were completed.
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When they finally get to play, right-handed pitcher Brandon Neely is due to start for the Gators, while right-hander Micah Dallas gets the nod for the Aggies (35-17, 19-11 SEC).